Glad to see you. Isn't the lexapro supposed to help you feel better? Sorry that it doesn't seem to be helping yet.
Perhaps I was much worse before I started taking it. Thank you for your comment and sympathy.
Lexapro can be rough. I have friends who just could not take it. I had a doctor who said to me, "If the antidepressant is not allowing you to simply feel like yourself, then I've given you the wrong one." I liked his description of how it was supposed to work, that I would not feel euphoric or apathetic... I would feel like me again and I would know what he meant if it happened. It did. For me. But not on Lexapro. I did not realize I was as depressed as I was--it took friends to point it out to me. Nasty, rotten illness. I hope you are feeling more like you.
Thank you for sharing what you know about Lexapro. I was dealing with anxiety last year as well as depression, but I haven't experienced any since starting Lexapro. And I haven't been near-paralyzed by bouts of crying, either. So maybe it is helping somewhat. And I'm on a mere 5MG daily dose, which is half the recommended dose."I did not realize I was as depressed as I was..." Hmm, I think I'm beginning to realize it myself. Yesterday, my wife thought we could make tacos this weekend. Ordinarily, at the mention of homemade "tacos" I'd be dancing. But instead, I was thinking of what a chore it will be to shop for all the ingredients, and then the preparation, and especially the assembly once everything is ready.I plan to research and try some supplements. GABA and 5-HTP are two that I know of, but there are others. I might find a supplement that combines them all. I wish it were easy to quantify the severity of depression so that I can track my progress, like I used to do with my weight.I'll post more as I go along with this process.
Post a Comment